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replicated across the continents. china has overtaken america as africa's against trading partner. clinton concedes that in almost every area of engagement america is laying catch up. i do not believe we spend enough money on basic infrastructure in our aid program. i do not believe we spend enough on basic economic growth initiatives. -- theill not argue chinese are going to get a lot of goodwill. i do not think it is a bad thing necessarily for america. they appreciate what we try to do too help their kids stay alive and what the chinese do to build a better infrastructure. i think we have got to try to create a future that we can share with the chinese. not everything is a zero-sum game. optimistic.ds very >> i am optimistic. >> how likely is that? >> look at all the places no matter how grateful people are theyina for investment, are facing too many employ chinese workers into few local workers. infrastructurehe investment was to prop up -- there is a downside to that, too. if when we invest with the country, we are careful not to ask for too much, careful not to act like we are trying
of the most recognizable stores in the country to see how many products are actually made in america. >>> but first, a look at how commodities, treasuries and currencies performed today. >>> some positive news for the detroit area tonight. chrysler announced plans to spend $52 million on two plants located south of the city. the investment will add an asemiblee line. and the auto maker will also be hiring, nearly 300 jobs. >>> well, there is a renewed push in this country from big retailers to small manufacturers to buy products made here in the u.s. but may be easier said than done. jane wells goes on a shopping spree to see how hard it is to buy american. >> careful. >> reporter: shopping these days is like going to the united nations, the whole world is in your cart. pakistan, china, usa. >> reporter: do we care where most things come from? >> made in america. made in thailand. made in canada. >> reporter: nearly half of americans say they would be more likely to buy a product if stamped made in the usa. 60% of consumers would be willing to pay an extra 10% for american made. >> i
invest a lot of money into russia. the british investor a lot of money. if you compare russia and america, who was more friendly to britain, bp is being torn apart in america. bp in russia was given 20% of the biggest oil corporation in the world. >> the reality is there may be concerns over civil liberties and human rights for gay people. at the end of the day, it is about cash. people like bp are not going to pull out of russia because they do not like what president clinton is doing on civil discourse. -- with president putin is doing on civil discourse. >> president could is pragmatic. he despises. he devised the issues -- he divides the issues from real business. western corporations are more than welcome. they appeared to be the first to putin's wrongdoing against civil society in russia. >> societies are struggling to recover economically. are we destined to be -- to be feeling more miserable? the old model in which success in >> to long hours, lack of sleep, and constantly checking e-mail is not working, she believes. we will hear from her in a moment and from the professor who sa
flavors, there are more ways than ever to love caramel. try the new caramel coconut today. america runs on dunkin'. he and his mom, natasha, justan. shopped at family dollar to get him ready for school. let's look for the same items and see the difference. come on. here at walmart you saved over $1.50 on crayola colored pencils. wow! love it! not bad for your next picasso huh jordan? ok. you saved over 53 cents here on jif peanut butter at walmart. great savings. wow! you saved 53 cents on expo dry erase markers. not bad. unbelievable! alright. here we go. same items at walmart. and look how much you saved. fantastic! fantastic! wow! save time and money. come see for yourself and see how much you can save. pretzels! [loudly] no, thanks! pretzel roll from dunkin'. try the new pretzel roll sandwiches from dunkin' -- get any bakery sandwich on a soft, warm pretzel roll today. america runs on dunkin'. >>> well, tom brady looked like tom brady, at least at the start of this game and all the time that he was in, hooked up with amendola for the first touchdown of the ball game and the patriots
for $1,000, please. emily. what is strung? strung. another $1,000 for you. 19th century america for $200? barrett. what is "the star-spangled banner"? that's it. i'll have 19th century america for $400, please. he's the abolitionist pictured here, a few years before his raid on an arsenal, and his hanging. joe. who is john brown? correct. 19th century america for $600. joe. what is mardi gras? correct. 19th century america for $800. barrett. what is basketball? right. i'll have 19th century america for $1,000, please. [ beep ] and the poet is henry wadsworth longfellow.
at madison square garden in new york city, here are the stars of america's game -- pat sajak and vanna white. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] don't make me go. hi, everybody. how are you doing? hey. hey. cut that out. hi. hi. what a -- hi. what a crowd up here. everybody, grab one of those devices. there you go. we have people who claim to be best friends. "toss up" is coming up. it's "characters." [ bell chimes ] and, kristine and jonathan. batman and robin. that would be correct. yes. you got $1,000. excellent. and now...tell america all about you. hello. i'm kristine ganancial. i'm from new york. i have a wonderful 3-year-old son named brandon. and right next to me is my best friend for almost four years. my name is jonathan tavares. i am currently in real estate, been doing it for quite a while now, and that's how kristine and i met. we love the yankees, so we're huge yankee fans. we go to a bunch of games, and we enjoy it very much. [ cheers and applause ] now, are you really yankee fans, or was that just a grab for cheap applause? die-hard yankee fans. because, if it was, it worke
growing tall and green ♪ ♪ all i'd want is you to shade me and be my leaves ♪ grown in america. picked & packed at the peak of ripeness. the same essential nutrients as fresh. del monte. bursting with life™. and this is the clue. 30 seconds, players. good luck. alex: lila, you started out very well and then faltered a little bit in double jeopardy! but that's okay. let's see if you came up with the correct response to our final clue. "who is robert e. lee?" good for you. you're right, and you risked $2,400, so you double your score to $4,800. let's go down to the end now to irene. she had $12,000 and...the right response, so she will add how much? $3,000. that gives her $15,000 as a total. kelton, over to you now. robert e. lee is the person we are looking for. and we find "who is lee?" and we'll accept that, and you risked how much? $12,100. gutsy move. it paid off handsomely. $24,200. you will be a semifinalist, and irene's $15,000 may well hold up, also, for one of those wild-card spots. the second of our quarterfinal match is right here tomorrow. please join us then. take care. p
the special series, made in america. >> our major goal -- >> north carolina is moving forward. >> we think it's good for the state. >> reporter: it was a better day in north carolina, announcing a new manufacturing plant and as documented in this lenovo video, they were there to cheer on. >> that's the public relations wind fall companies can count on when they announce manufacturing jobs in the united states and they can be more than an economic opportunity but an opportunity to curry favor with political officials here in washington. on this web page the company working for lenovo boosts that five leaders spoke on behalf at the event and the firm assisted them in the development of talking points and messaging for the event. the chinese computer company is a firm that can use good press with t u.sgovernment and sought to sell it's products to the military, the state department and others. >> this year apple will make macs in america again. >> reporter: tim cook scored a seatobama's state of the union seat after they invest $1 hundred million to bring jobs back to the united states. >> apple
, not everyone can, but he and the other members think america only 10% of the members use scooters, wheelchairs and walkers, but he other ands think america should be looking at the village concept as tens and millions of baby boomers enter their 70s and 80s in the coming years. >> brown: online, you can learn more on how to age in place with seven simple tools seniors can use in their homes to help them keep their independence. >> ifill: the 2012 presidential election lasted nearly two years, cost billions of dollars, and featured any number of twists and turns. but how will it shape elections to come? i sat down recently with washington post chief correspondent dan balz, who tackles that question in his new book: "collision 2012: obama vs. romney and the future of elections in america." welcome, dan. >> thank you, gwen. >> ifill: so you said you chose to tell this book from the outside in rather than the inside out. we're all used to election recaps which tell us all the granular, inside details. why from the outside in? >> i thought that this book deserved that because i thought that this ca
in america. >> yeah. they were looking for someone and i think ricky gervais. >> rose: that's what i heard. >> i think jon had asked him when they were promoting the book in london if they knew of anyone. i had never met him at that point. but he knew. kind of stuff i was writing so it all happened very quickly after that. i came over here. and. >> rose: did a piece or stand-up. >> i did a piece, ilanned a sunday night and i was on the show monday. yeah, and i had never been to america before. >> rose: first time you had ever been to america. >> yeah is so it was-- it moved fast, to the point that my stuff is still in storeage in london, that's how fast moves. so there is a time capsule of my previous life in south london. >> rose: what were you doing in london. >> i was doing staun, i was writing comedy for various tv shows and watching the daily show because i loved that was for me the high standard of satire and political comedy on television. that is what i wanted to do in england. and it was very difficult. and i was not, my intention was not to join the thing i loved. >> rose: what i
he needs, i'll help him out." nthers... ainst sportsp nig n... america's favorite cookie... is coming under fire. students at a new york high school... have discovered... that the double stuffed version.. . isn't... all... it claims to be.../. students measured the amount of cream... and found out ...just how much "stuff" ...is actually... in "double stuff" oreos.../. but getting a clean measure... wasn't easy. according to the cookie calculations... / the double stuff... was only... 1-point-86 times... the size of regular oreos.../. an... oreo spokesman says... quote - "our recipe for the oreo double stuff cookie... has double the stuff,.../ leading the students to believe... the spokesman... is full of... stuff... that's all for fox45 news at 5:30. "family feud" is next. and we'll be back tonight for fox45 news at ten -- and the late edition at 11... we'll see you later. ♪ i woke up to a lightbulb ♪ every little thing is possible ♪ [ female announcer ] here's a fresh take on what to do with that chicken kraft fresh take kraft natural cheese on one side expertly blended spices
proctor has our traffic edge report. map harford bat natl pike shawan 395 map map america's new astronauts. why the end of the space shuttle program is raising questions about what they will be doing. and new revelations today about how much internet traffic the n-s-a is actually tracking... just ahead. residents... to the houston area.../ but ...they'll split... their time... between texas... and space. here... are... nasa's... 8- new astronauts.... / with... the shuttle program retired... no one... really knows... where... space exploration is headed... / but... they'll... begin two year's of training... that includes to the.. international space station.../ which they'll... reach... aboard russian soyuz rockets... / the new astraoauts... spent... much of the presentation... answering all sorts of questions. 111-126 "really the minimum criteria are that you have a bach degree in a hard science and then 3 years of exp beyond that. 25:50 we don't need to run a mile in less than 6 minutes or anything like that but of course there are strict criteria in terms of overall good health." 51-100
, from the theater at madison square garden in new york city, here are the stars of america's game -- pat sajak and vanna white. [ cheers and applause ] hello. how's everybody? thank you, jim. we're in new york. yes, we are. thanks so much. we appreciate that. bye. hello. every team should have one of those toss-up devices. there you go. "people" is the category for this first puzzle. go ahead, vanna. [ bell chimes ] kevin and chris. bosom buddies. yeah. uh-huh. you get it -- best friends, bosom buddies? that's it. well, why don't we hear about you guys? hello. my name is kevin edelman. i'm from long island. i have a beautiful wife, suzanne, of 7 1/2 years, a 16-month-old daughter, juliana, and my best friend, chris, who i've known for 12 years, 'cause he was my waiter at a diner. [ laughter ] that's how it started -- chicken noodle soup, all the time. yeah, well, that's -- well, that's good. boy, you get close to your servers, don't you? that's it. chris, how about you? my name's chris tsalikis. i have three beautiful children -- samantha, anastasia, and christopher. i have an amazing gi
a word that rhymes with nude. >> prude. steve: in which country are most of your clothes made? >> uh...america. steve: all right. come on, katie. let's go. all right, let's go. i said, name something on a kids' playground an adult would look silly using. you said a slide. survey said... yeah. name something passengers love to do on a cruise ship. you said drink. survey said... name something people eat that starts with the word "short." you said cake. survey said... wow. tell me a word that rhymes with nude. you said prude. survey said... i said, in which country are most of your clothes made? you said america. survey said... wow. that's pretty good. that's pretty good. that's pretty good. come on. let's go, susan. hey, susan. >> yes, sir. steve: your relationship to katie is... >> we're cousins. steve: we're all cousins? >> yes. steve: cousin did pretty good. >> good. steve: cousin got 133 points. >> awesome! good job, katie! steve: susie, you need 67. >> ok. steve: it's gonna be a little bit tougher this time, so we're gonna give you 25 seconds. you ready? >> ready. steve: all right, let's r
- even if it means sitting out for a bit. in washington, i'm karin caifa. coming up... america's favorite cookie... comes under fire. what some high school students are saying... about oreos. if you want to build the iron man suit, you're in georgia tech, you can do that plus it isn't too often you hear this... at a college graduation ceremony. we'll let you hear how it ends... minutes from now. ((break 3)) hey, what's that? new jif whips -- whipped peanut butter, ma'am. oooh. [ store manager ] fluffy, dippable, and oh-so-delicious -- people love it. i got one! [ female announcer ] give your day a lift with new jif whips. we can't keep them on the shelves. i got one! we can't keep them on the shelves. good evening, this is flo. [laughs] yes, i'm that flo. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. call 1-800-progressive. it's pretty clear what makes the oreo america's favorite cookie-the cream filling. but as michaela pereira explains... students at a new york high school have discovered that the double stuf version of this cookie... isn't all it's stacked up to be. twist em? du
in 2009. he says he acted because america is at war with islam. the trial is expected to reconvene tomorrow. the deadly assault on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya has produced its first criminal charges. it was widely reported overnight that u.s. prosecutors have begun the process of bringing suspects to trial. word of the charges comes almost a year after the attack in benghazi, that killed ambassador chris stevens and three other americans. it's unclear how many people are included in the sealed complaint, or what the charges are, but the reports name ahmed abu khattala, the former commander of a benghazi-based militia group. khattala has denied involvement in the past, and did so again today. he insisted he's left the militia group and that he has not been questioned in the case. in washington, the u.s. justice department refused to comment, except to say the investigation is ongoing. but republican congressman darrell issa of california said anyone charged must be placed in u.s. custody without delay. issa and other republicans have accused the administration of neglectin
city, here are the stars of america's game -- pat sajak and vanna white. [ cheers and applause ] hey! hi, everybody. thank you, jim. thank you. appreciate that. you got to go. how you doing? robert: hi. you're here. we've been waiting for you. they're ready for their first "toss up." it's worth $1,000. and tonight, it's a "person." vanna, do it. [ bell chimes ] elaine and dianne. constant companion. yeah, that's it. [ cheers and applause ] pat: so, we want to hear about you two. let's go. hi. i'm elaine walsh. i'm married with three children. i'm a longtime community volunteer and currently a board member with the volunteer center of bergen county. i met dianne 23 years ago. 23 years ago. yeah, when i moved onto summit avenue in oradell, new jersey. and we found out we had children of the same ages and that we both like going to high tea, and we've been best friends ever since. and... i'm dianne silver. i'm very lucky to be married to my husband, kevin. i have two terrific sons, matt and jeff. i work part time as a high-school math tutor in a hospital setting and privately. and, in f
of america's game -- pat sajak and vanna white! hey, guys. how you doing? i love grabbing friends. thank you, jim. thanks, everybody. appreciate that. love it here in new york. great crowds. thank you. see you later. hello, hello. you all managed to squeeze in there okay? good, good. each team should have one of those devices, as we do our first "toss up." the category is "characters," and off we go. [ bell chimes ] kerry and paula. lone ranger and tonto. that's it. [ cheers and applause ] pat: heigh-ho! you did it! so, we want to hear about you guys now. hi, pat. my name is kerry morris. i'm a middle school teacher at i.s. 318 in the bronx. this is my best friend, paula. we met in college and have been best friends ever since. yeah? [ cheers and applause ] hi, pat. aww. hi, pat. i'm paula edgar. i'm an attorney. i'm from brooklyn. i'm married to my wonderful husband, taj, and i have two kids -- my daughter, taryn, and my son, austin. all right, well, you're off to a good start. keep it up tonight. good to have you both here. [ cheers and applause ] all right, ladies, your turn. hi, pat. i'm
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as we wrap up the series made in america. all that and more tonight on "nightly business report" for friday, august 9th. >>> and good evening everyone and welcome. i'm tyler mathisen along with sue herrera. susie gharib has the night off. in a far-reaching press conference today, the first in three months, to took questions and gave answers on top picks critically important to american business. he tackled healthcare reform and the possibility of a government shut down to immigration, privacy and whom he might choose as the next chairman of the federal reserve. >> good evening, tyler, the president addressed a series of issues, as you say, in his press conference today and said he doesn't think the leaker from the nsa, edward snowden, is a patriot and released a series of reforms he would like to implement. here is how the president described what he would like to do. >> we can't and must be more transparent so i directed the intelligence community to make public as much information about these programs as possible. we have already declassified unprecedented information about th
player in infrastructure in america. it's not, and this bridge is a very good example. this $6 billion bridge has 5% federal money. you're going to be waiting a long time if you're going to be waiting around for uncle sam or the folks in sacramento to bail out our infrastructure problem. >> reporter: still some officials fear the annoyance at cost overruns and delays on the bay bridge may have doomed public support for other bridges and roads that need attention. and no one is yet certain when the bolts will be fixed, or when the new bridge will open to traffic. it was supposed to be labor day, but it may be closer to christmas. >> ifill: work has now begun to replace the broken bolts with a steel saddle. caltrans says the process will be completed by december 10. >> woodruff: now, the verdict in the trial of mob boss james "whitey" bulger. a jury in federal court found him guilty on more than 30 counts today, including murder, racketeering and extortion, as the head of the notorious winter hill gang. bulger, now 83 years old, was convicted of 11 of 19 murders that prosecutors said he
has ruined america. we've all slept on this. there's no support. this has done more for bad sleep deprivation than anything anywhere. and another thing too, when you wash these pillows, you know they ball up in a washer and dryer... the big pillow company wants you buying more and more pillows and they don't care about your health. they don't care about our sleep. they don't care that we keep buying pillows over and over and over again. i just wanted me sleep and i did something about it, and this pillow here, i can't say enough bad things about, but it's terrible. mike, i love your pillow. it has a great warranty. i love that it's made in america. the best thing you're gonna like about this pillow is i get rem sleep, the deep-healing sleep, the sleep that helps all your, your health, how you feel the next day. i have a patent on this pillow, and what it is, is all three sizes of my fill are in every pillow. this stuff was warrantied 10 years, it won't go flat. it's the healthiest thing ever invented. it's got... it's non-allergenic, it's anti-microbial, but the best thing it does
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